Hello! I apologize for my extended absence these past few weeks; I had another episode with my eye, I had the flu, I have been at my "second home" (the dentist) more times than I can remember, and I have just been busy overall. I also think I am having some seizures (mild, but still … Continue reading Why Hello! / I’m Back! / Beginner Makeup Tips!
Today I have dealt with "bipolar" emotions - although I had my sort of "normal" daily things to do, the total of these things wasn't great, and I felt, as I have been feeling more and more over the last few months, that I have been slipping into something like a very deep depression. HOWEVER, … Continue reading A Sense of Purpose
If you are one of the lucky "healthy, normal" people out there reading this, I have a favor to ask of you. I guess this would work only if you are over the age of 30 as well, so my apologies to any younger readers - I am quite sure I have plenty of questions … Continue reading A Thought “Experiment” for the “Healthy”
I have so much to write and I have such a tendency to ramble on and go off on tangents so I am really going to make a concerted effort to discuss ONE topic (perhaps two if they "go together," as the topics "money" and "panic attacks" often do!) at a time here. There is … Continue reading Money Money Money … and Panic … ATTACKS!
I literally just woke up about 15 minutes ago (I have not been feeling well at all) but I wanted to write this one ASAP since I know there is often a lot of confusion about what the term "spoonie" means, where it comes from, and why it is used. *Of course I had to … Continue reading Super Succinct Sunday – Spoonies
I don't know if this is "common" knowledge, but there is this general idea in Japan that one should consume 30 different kinds of food a day. This includes the rice that is eaten at almost every meal (that would count as "one kind" of food, even if eaten three times in one day) ... … Continue reading An Easy Way to Have a “Healthier” Diet
I want to make this as brief as I can in order to "train" myself to write shorter posts. For those of us who deal with chronic illness, it is absolutely CRUCIAL that we learn to "manage our expectations." Basically, this means giving up being a blind optimist and giving up being a pessimist based … Continue reading Managing Expectations